LANGHORNE, Pa. — Restaurants' loss has been McCaffrey's gain. The retailer, with three upscale stores, has experienced a boost in business concurrent with the slide in the economy, Jim McCaffrey, president and chief executive officer, told SN in an interview. He suspects that much of the boost in business is coming from shoppers who might otherwise have been dining out. “I think the economy for us is a positive in the sense that people are eating at home more instead of going out,” ...

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